Biv Vel Spatar, you are exactly correct. There was a government in exile and as many as 12,000 Romanians were on the side of the Germans after August 1944, with about 3,000 engaged in the Battle of Berlin in one way or another. I am sure most of them were anti-Communist, rather than pro-Nazi.
Like the Vichy government the Romanian Government in Exile controlled no land in their home nation, were opposed by the vast majority of their countrymen and by the end of the war were only recognized by the Germans and their allies, and are really more of a paper formation.
Still, I do provide them with a staff of 15 people including secretary, cook, and a few soldiers. I don't have the illusion that they were able to carry out any significant policy decisions apart from what the Germanys told them to do.
Mike "Bunkermeister" Creek